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dor123   [Oct 02, 2010 at 09:49 AM]
dor123
These two companies are probably commercial electricity companies.
In Israel, most of the electricity comes from "The Electricity Company of Israel" which is a governmental institution. There are also small private electricity manufacturers on several small settlements. But all of them only produces electricity.
The streetlighting installed in small settlements by the regional councils, in the townships by the townships themselves and in cities and intercity roads by companies of the Menora group.

GullWhiz   [Oct 02, 2010 at 01:42 PM]
GullWhiz
nope.....they also power residential......

You can check.... here

The ones on the right is in the green area of the map...and the one on the left is the yellow area....I live where the yellow area is and we get electrical bills from the company who gives power in the yellow area...

dor123   [Oct 02, 2010 at 09:00 PM]
dor123
Jace, when i say "commercial electricity company", i don't means which targets the company powers.
i means that the electricity company isn't operated by the government as a governmental organization or by the administration of the settlement, but it operated as a commercial company with all its implications, that isn't related to the operation of the settlement or the government, and as so, the level of the service from such type of elecricity company is more apparent of example, like other types of commercial companies.
In Israel, the majority of the electricity supplied by "The Electrical Company of Israel", which despite its name isn't a company at all, but a governmental organization.
There are also some private electricity suppliers in Israel, in areas far from cities, but still they aren't considered companies.

streetlight98   [Dec 10, 2010 at 09:56 PM]
streetlight98
The OVH are already drooping. Rolling Eyes I like the job on the left better. Good arms, lights and poles look better too.

Coolcat97   [Jun 30, 2015 at 02:12 AM]
Coolcat97
Huh. All of DFW uses one company and that's ONCOR. They provide lines, private area lighting, streetlighting, and I think they do traffic signals.

streetlight98   [Jun 30, 2015 at 10:25 AM]
streetlight98
There used to be a bunch of smaller utility companies here but their parent companies were bought out by National Grid, our current electric company.


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